First Nations Media Australia

Alternate Name:

Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA)


Above and beyond broadcasting: a study of First Nations media and the COVID-19 pandemic

Through case study examples, this report provides an understanding about how First Nations media organisations operated during the early days of Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic.

First Nations Media Australia submission to the Inquiry into pathways and participation opportunities for Indigenous Australians in employment and business

This submission provides an overview of existing employment opportunities and career development pathways available within the dedicated First Nations media industry.

Regional Connectivity Program

First Nations Media Australia (FNMA) 's submission to the Department of Communications and the Arts’ Regional Connectivity Program – discussion paper. As advocates for regional connectivity, particularly in remote Indigenous communities, FNMA see significant potential to achieve social and digital inclusion benefits through the Regional...

Strong voices, stronger communities

This plan lays out practical ways to execute the strategy detailed in Strong Voices, Stronger Communities: First Nations Media Employment and Skills Development Strategy, April 2019 (ESD). The aim of the plan is to double the employment of First Nations people in the sector within...

Strong Voices Stronger Communities: First Nations media employment and skills development strategy

Jumbunna Institute engaged with First Nations media organisations in very remote, regional and urban communities across Australia to identify employment and skills development initiatives which builds capacity within the Australian First Nations Broadcasting and Media Sector, and achieve the Government’s 90% Aboriginal and Torres Strait...